spatial relation

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spa·tial re·la·tion

(spā'shăl rē-lā'shŭn)
Position of an object in relation to another.
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We defined models for prespecified verbs and adverbs such as "left," "right," and "straight," and we trained models for spatial relations such as "to," "past," and "through." For the landmark factor, we exploited co-occurrence statistics from a large online database (1) of labeled images to estimate the probability of an unknown landmark phrase given objects detected in the semantic map (Kollar and Roy 2009).
Sign languages often have more abstract lexical items for spatial relations, but generally speakers prefer the richer direct analogue representation.
The configuration of target objects was similar when imagined from familiar or novel vertical perspectives (because the views were map-like), but the spatial relation between the objects changed considerably when imagined from horizontal perspectives (because survey-type views were not a vailable).
A certain spatial relation relates each of these pairs.
Expressions of spatial relations frequently have a verbal predicate prefixed by a preverb with spatial semantics.
Instead, we argue that when TID signers do use simultaneous constructions (as in Example (12) below), it is to indicate a specific, nondefault, spatial relation between Figure and Ground.
* draw an inclined virtual line that crosses the center of the diagram and reaches the area of the corresponding spatial relation ellipsis (Dr, PO, PP, [PP.sup.-1]).
eyes, nose, mouth) from second-order features, characterized by the spatial relation between them, their position on the face and the shape of the face.
On the other hand, the content level means that the fiction centers the content of space, and the fiction focuses primarily on the contents of spatial description, spatial construction, spatial relation and spatial meanings, which embodies another three aspects: 1) space as the narrative foreground; 2) space as the organizer of narratives; 3) space as the major source of meanings (93-109).
The paper proposes a probability-based mechanism for MPRs Selection named Stability of Spatial Relation MPR as a mobility information acquired from nodes.
Here representation and access from rural areas indicated a spatial relation (Massey, 1994), where the domination of urban values stands as an important issue to communicate.

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